WNYC is collecting photos of malfunctioning Walk/Don't Walk signs across New York City. When you see one, take a picture and upload it here to add it to the map.
47th and Lexington, Manhattan
1st Avenue and E 42nd Street, Manhattan, NYC
Corona Avenue and Poyer Street, Queens,. NYC
This signal has been broken for over 3 months now. Reported to NYCDOT at March 24, 2012 at website.
Work order number: 4229213
a concerned person
Hudson Street and West Houston St, Manhattan, NYC
(courtesy of www.outdoorphins.com) Probably not "exactly" what you're looking for, because this looks different than the other broken signals. But it's still confusing.
57th Avenue and 74th Street, Queens, NYC
Bowery and Grand Street, Manhattan, NYC
1st Avenue and East 45th Street, Manhattan, NYC
East Fordham Road and Bronx Park Road, Bronx, NYC
Two signals at this intersection don't work at all during the Walk signal.
Eliot Avenue and 85 Street, Queens, NYC
McGuiness Blvd and Meserole Avenue, Brooklyn, NYC
Reade Street and Centre Street, Manhattan, NYC
Delancey Street and Eldridge Street, Manhattan, NYC
Columbia Street and Delancey Street, Manhattan, NYC
Two signals at this intersection do this.
Houston Street and Allen Street, Manhattan, NYC
The signal malfunctions not only when the walk sign, but also during the don't walk sign.
AllenSt and Houston St, Manhatan, NYC
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Queens Blvd and 63rd street, Queens, NYC
One of two "mixed signal" pedestrian signs @ Queens Blvd where 63rd crosses and becomes 61st Street (don't get me started). @wQueens7 on twitter/twitpic
Lexington Ave. and 105th St., Manhattan, NYC
Found a malfunctioning sign right between an I.S. and P.S. I walk from the 6 train station at 103rd to my part-time job on 106th.
Crescent St. & 39th Avenue, Queens, NYC
I know this isn't *exactly* what you are looking for, but the sign is just dangling from the telephone pole and utterly useless to pedestrians.